The administration has just outlined its tax plan – but what does it mean for mortgages?
The embattled mortgage servicer has filed emergency motions against two state regulators, even as more states pile on with injunctions against it
This week, it was reported that the FHFA would go after JPMorgan for $6bn to settle mortgage suits related to the subprime fiasco. On commenter pointed out that JPMorgan had dug its own grave years ago
Foreclosures have again seen a massive decline as the housing market performs strongly
Regulators have sharply backtracked on requirements for qualified residential mortgages, to the delight of industry lobbies
Cash purchases are up significantly, with several of the country's largest metro areas showing double-digit increases
Mortgage applications decreased for the third straight week as rates hit their highest level in more than two years
The U.S. government is demanding at least $6bn from JPMorgan Chase to settle lawsuits over the subprime mortgage fiasco